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The aim
To ensure managers identify skills needs in their teams, and act upon them in order to improve people's performance. About the program
The helping hand shows managers that understanding the need for coaching, and then learning how to coach, is an essential part of their jobs. In this amusing drama, a manager who knows nothing about coaching has plenty to learn.

The manager needs to identify which tasks a team member could take responsibility for, and coach him or her accordingly. He learns how to identify exactly where the need for coaching lies, how to conduct the coaching itself, and how to monitor the results.

This comprehensive program shows how, with the right teaching, the manager is able to improve people's performance and motivation, and that coaching is an invaluable tool for helping individuals and the business develop together. The benefits
  • Valuable tool for all levels of management
  • Supports courses on management and leadership skills
  • A clear structure for learning coaching skills
  • Uses the proven right-way, wrong-way approach
Related training issues:
Leadership and motivation
Delegation Information:
A Video Arts production featuring Robert Lindsay, Jan Ravens and John Cleese. Release date: 1990
Coaching and mentoring
Experienced Supervisor Curriculum
Release Date
Feb 1, 1990
Video Running Time (minutes)
Video Arts Ltd.
Featured Talent
John Cleese
Robert Lindsay
Jan Ravens
Presentation Style
Humorous drama
Course ID


Trainer/Leader Guide
Group Trainers Workbook
Overhead Slides
Self Study Workbook

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